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I don't think it's right for me to participate in the speculation of any upcoming Williams releases.  I know too much!

Intrada: Can we release expanded SW scores? Disney: No, we will do that ourselves. Intrada: That means they will get a release? Disney: No.

Gosh I hope Willow is in the works, and coming soon!

3 minutes ago, ATXHusker said:

Nice!  OK peeps, speculation on what JW title will be released by Intrada this year?  I’m hoping for Patriot 2cd set 

 

Horner: Willow

Williams: The Patriot 

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@Bounty95 when you post news like this can you please provide a link to the source so people know it is real and not fake?  Thank you

 

Here's the source:

 

https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?forumID=1&pageID=10&threadID=140317&archive=0

 

 

I have no clue what either title could but Fievel Goes West seems the most likely for the next Intrada Horner, no?

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Ah... I don't have any expectations regarding James Horner.  My CD collection of him is pretty new, and for the moment, I only dig among the obvious choices.  But yeah, Field of Dreams, I have the OST, I would be happy with that!

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7 minutes ago, Jay said:

Well my most wanted Horner expansion is easily Willow

 

Well the OST is still very "expanded", with his 73 minutes lenght! Only 8 tracks, but, hey, what 8 tracks!

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45 minutes ago, Jay said:

@Bounty95 when you post news like this can you please provide a link to the source so people know it is real and not fake?  Thank you

 

Here's the source:

 

https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?forumID=1&pageID=10&threadID=140317&archive=0

 

 

I have no clue what either title could but Fievel Goes West seems the most likely for the next Intrada Horner, no?

 

Sure, sorry 

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5 minutes ago, Bespin said:

 

Well the OST is still very "expanded", with his 73 minutes lenght! Only 8 tracks, but, hey, what 8 tracks!

 

Yea but I've listened to the music in the film that isn't on the OST album - and its all great!

 

 

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It's the only one left from the original Horner scores I fell in love with when I discovered film music (Wrath of Khan, Search for Spock, Krull, Aliens, Rocketeer, and Apollo 13 are the others) that hasn't been expanded yet.

 

I know Roger and/or Doug have posted publicly that they are trying to make it happen at least once or twice over the years.

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9 minutes ago, Marian Schedenig said:

 

After Brainstorm.

 

 

Nah, Willow is #1 for me.


After Willow, my most wanted Horners would be Brainstorm, Glory, Sneakers, Jumanji, Mask of Zorro, and Avatar

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I only have a CDR of Brainstorm, and it probably has more potential for sound improvement (hiss reduction) than Willow. I don't know what's missing from Willow (I could listen to your clip, but I'd rather be surprised once an expansion drops) or Sneakers (although I've seen the film countless times), but I'd buy both of them. The others, probably not.

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The good thing is our specialty label heroes know exactly what we want and want to release them too (ie Tomorrow Never Dies, License to Kill, Moonraker).  We can completely blame the big studios on this one.

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9 minutes ago, Jay said:

The good thing is our specialty label heroes know exactly what we want and want to release them too (ie Tomorrow Never Dies, License to Kill, Moonraker).  We can completely blame the big studios on this one.

 

Are TWINE and DAD the only Bond scores (thus far) to have a modern expansion by the boutique labels? Those 3 scores you mentioned will make a fantastic addition to the collection, once they happen.

 

But just wondering if I've missed anything. It seems a few had expansions of sorts in the early 2000s (and CR and QoS had "bonus tracks" on their digital releases).

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34 minutes ago, crumbs said:

Are TWINE and DAD the only Bond scores (thus far) to have a modern expansion by the boutique labels?

 

Monty Norman's 1962 score to Dr. No has been expanded by various labels, but it's some sort of quasi-legal thing due to different country's copyright laws

 

Burt Bacharach's score to the 1967 Casino Royale has been expanded by Kritzerland and Quartet

 

But as far as the scores people want, IE the Barry era forward, it's just TWINE and DAD that have been done by the specialty labels.

 

Many of the older scores were expanded in 2003 by a major label (EMI) with Lukas Kendall producing, but they aren't really the "specialty label style".

 

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It's not accurate at all to say there's no clues this time; Intrada hasn't done clues for many years now.  Roger just posts what the title is the week before it goes in sale. Since it goes in sale Feb 23, he'll post the title around Wednesday the 17th-Thursday the 18th.  There's nothing unusual happening here. 

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14 hours ago, Bespin said:

I just saw they will expanded Howard Shore's Silence of the lambs... Oh oh!

 

But they're not.  Quartet did in 2018, and now they are reissuing it because it went OOP.  

 

https://quartetrecords.com/product/the-silence-of-the-lambs-2/

 

Intrada has nothing to do with this.

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I know, I posted too quick after receving an Intrada newsletter! My bad!

 

BTW, I don't know why Intrada announces Quartet reissues in their newsletter... that's another thing.

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Update from Doug Fake on the next release :


 

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Our next new release, due later this month is actually an all-time favorite of mine, oft-discussed amongst my friends here and coming from my personal favorite era of movies and film scores. The composer, a multi-Oscar nominee, wrote a lot of fantastic scores but this one coming up is in my opinion his most exciting and memorable. Opinions may vary but this is mine so give it some weight. The main title cue is certainly one of the most riveting and powerful opening credit sequences that ever set a movie in motion. Watch it on screen, listen to it on your audio player, either way it’s an incredible piece of music. Needless to say, I’ll play this one often

 

 

http://www.intrada.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8670

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37 minutes ago, publicist said:

I hope for a better 'On Dangerous Ground' (Herrmann) or 'The Lost Command' (Waxman). I hope it's not just another incarnation of 'Capricorn one' or similar.

I thought of Legend.

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Eiger Sanction? That Main Title is certainly riveting, but maybe not "powerful" (and I wouldn't describe the ensuing score as 'exciting' either, unless training montages are your thing :lol:)

 

Soooo... Heartbeeps? :P

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